Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center Virtual Job Fair
Will be held Friday, April 16 2021 from 9:00 am until 12:00 pm.
Registration is open now and will close at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, April 14th.
You must live in Ohio and be licensed or able to be licensed in Ohio to attend.
The following school districts are participating in the virtual job fair. Attend the overview session from 9:00 - 10:00 am to learn about current job opening and area school districts. During the overview session, you will be able to schedule a time slot to talk with school representative of your choice.
The meeting zoom link will be emailed to each registered candidate on Thursday evening and again the morning of Friday, April 16th.
Continue to visit this website, as it will be updated with job postings and districts that will be attending.
JOIN US Friday, April 16th to learn opportunities that are available in the area.
Goal Digital Academy
890 West Fourth Street
Mansfield, Ohio 44906
High School Language Arts - Multiple Locations
High School Math - Multiple Locations
High School Physical Science & Life Science - Multiple Locations
Spanish Teacher - Multiple Locations
Middle School Teacher (Core) - Multiple Locations
K-2 Teacher - Multiple Locations
Educational Advocate - Galion/Mansfield Lab
Intervention Specialist - Newark Lab
Intervention Specialist - Mansfield Lab
Technology Coordinator - Mansfield Lab
Transition Coordinator - Multiple Locations
Crestview Local School District
1575 State Roue 96
Ashland , Oh 44805
7-12 Guidance Counselor
Head Varsity Boys Soccer Coach
Potential Teaching Positions
We are also collecting resumes, contact information, etc for "high needs" areas. This includes... Special Education, Early childhood elementary education, and Math.
Potential Classified Positions
We are anticipating needing bus drivers in the very near future.
Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center
890 West Fourth Street
Mansfield, Ohio 44906
School Psychologist – Part-time and Full-time
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Speech Language Therapist – Part-time
Audiologist – Part-time
Intervention Specialists – Part-time and Full-time
Lexington Local Schools
103 Clever Lane
Lexington, Ohio 44904
First Grade Teacher
Madison Local School District
1379 Grace Street
Mansfield, Ohio 44905
Richland Academy of the Arts
75 N Walnut Street
Mansfield, Ohio 44902
4-5th Grade Generalist or 4-9 Mathematic's
K-8 Physical Education
Teacher's Aide (Kindergarten)
Mount Gilead School District
145 North Cherry Street
Mount Gilead, Ohio 43338
Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center is located in Mansfield, Ohio. Mid-Ohio ESC represents 11 client school districts in Richland, Crawford, and Morrow counties, sponsors two community schools, and has affiliations with many other local school districts. Mid-Ohio ESC is in the north central Ohio and is 70 miles north of Columbus, and 80 miles Sought of Cleveland and just under 100 miles from Toledo.
The virtual job fair will allow participants to visit one location to learn about the many job opportunities available in area school districts for the 2021-2022 school year.
The Striving Readers Grant is in a no-cost extension final year. The focus has been on serving the greatest numbers of students living in poverty, students with disabilities, English learners and students identified as having a reading disability. Continued challenges in the remaining consortium districts due to COVID-19 have resulted in the transition from a planned face-to-face Kindergarten Boot Camp to a Virtual Kindergarten Boot Camp.
Local kindergarten educators will work to provide the content of up to 30 specific guided family activities, which will focus on Ohio’s learning standards and outcomes to guide parents and/or caregivers through literacy-rich activities. These activities will have an emphasis on integrated phonemic awareness and other literacy initiatives that have been a part of the past three years of Striving Readers implementation.
Incoming kindergarten students will receive access to these activities as well as a backpack kit that will include printed trade books and educational resources, such as manipulatives for literacy learning and flash cards to support the Heggerty phonemic awareness system districts are using. Activity backpacks will be distributed in various ways in the districts.
Parent materials that support these guided family activities will be available both virtually and on a Google Site, as well as in an abbreviated print form.
The repository of activities will allow for both pre-kindergarten work and during kindergarten reinforcement to ensure that the developed activities become a part of the way districts educate in the future as they continue to guard against the COVID slide in achievement.
Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center, in collaboration with Mansfield City Schools, will be holding a 6-week training and certification for Registered Behavior Technicians, starting June 7th. Ang Fetter and Dr. Dahni Reynolds, BCBA, from Mansfield City Schools will be facilitating the training.
Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) is one of the credentials extended by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board to paraprofessionals who execute interventions for promoting socially acceptable behaviors. RBTs are taught the basics of applied behavior analysis to support developmentally disabled individuals, but they must function under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). An RBT can also conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA) and assist with Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) processes (relative to behavior).
Participants will complete 40-hours self-paced online training. They will also take part in one-hour virtual study group weekly for 6-weeks. They must complete a competency assessment, and a four-hour RBT Exam Practice Test before taking the RBT Board Exam. For an extra $35, participants can get credentialed through the Behavior Analysis Certification Board.
Interested people must be at least 18 years of age, pass a background check (paid for by the participant), and have a high school diploma. Registration is limited to 20 participants and ends on April 15th. The cost for individuals from client districts is $500 for the course and $600 for those from non-client districts. Registration is available at www.moesc.net/register. Anyone with questions about the program should contact Jennifer Crum at email@example.com.
Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center, in partnership with GOAL Digital Academy, is pleased to announce a virtual job fair that will take place on April 16th from 9 a.m. until noon.The virtual job fair will allow participants to visit one location to learn about the many job opportunities available in area school districts for the 2021-2022 school year.
Registration is open now at this link, and will close at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, April 14th. Interested participants must live in Ohio and be licensed or able to be licensed in Ohio to attend. The meeting Zoom link will be emailed to each registered candidate on the evening of Thursday, April 15th and again the morning of Friday, April 16th.
Participants will attend the overview session from 9:00 - 10:00 am to learn about current job openings at area school districts. During the overview session, they will be able to schedule a time slot to talk with the school representative of their choice.
The following districts are participating in the job fair: GOAL Digital Academy, Crestview Local Schools, Lexington Local Schools, and Madison Local Schools. Mid-Ohio ESC will also have job opportunities available. The website will be updated with job postings from these districts.
Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center is excited to announce Intermediate Level Technology training and support for educators. These online classes are designed to assist teachers and administrators in designing highly engaging lessons for students in traditional, blended, hybrid, or remote classrooms.
The new technology training series, “Guide to a Successful Google Classroom, Intermediate Level,” is available for elementary and secondary teachers. The goal is to help teachers engage students more deeply by using and creating content with a wide variety of technology tools.
The classrooms have a wide variety of materials, activities, and resources for teachers to design successful lessons for their students. The secondary series includes 24 different topics containing more than 55 detailed lesson plans with differentiation suggestions to meet the needs of all learners. The “How-To” section includes many connections to help teachers recreate the lessons. Videos and websites are included to support the lessons and provide help for students working online. They also explain how to engage students in the content.
The Intermediate Level Series provides educators with beyond-the-basics content written exclusively for Mid-Ohio ESC districts. The lessons differ from the elementary series by including more Google Apps and more in-depth ways to use advanced options to continue challenging all students. Each topic lesson includes a detailed description, research or interactive websites, videos, Google Slides with step-by-step directions, and several lessons created as a Hyperdoc, Google document, or slide presentation. Highlights of the detailed series include the Travel the World by Google Earth project, NASA Robots, and Ocean Pollution.
The beginner’s level was released in the Fall of 2020. Now Mid-Ohio ESC is releasing the new leveled classrooms using Google Maps, Earth, Drawings, Slides, Docs, Sheets, Sites, Forms, Jamboard, Code, and Audacity. Teachers will have access to both elementary and secondary levels to explore all the lessons.
Michelle Vance, the creator of the technology classrooms, noted, “It is such a pleasure to create a training series to help teachers with new lessons and ideas, and provide resources to immediately use in the classroom with all learners. Teachers work hard to create lessons using technology, and I enjoy helping them!”
Interested educators from member districts are welcome to access the technology classrooms, whether beginner and intermediate levels, by visiting Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center’s website at www.moesc.net and selecting the Teaching and Learning tab.
According to data compiled by Mental Health America, youth mental health is worsening. Over 9% of youth, or more than 2.2 million youth, cope with severe major depression, and about 13% of youth ages 12 to 17 report suffering from at least one major depressive episode in the past year.
Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center wants to equip educators with the tools necessary to identify and assist young people with mental health issues. Registration is now open for a virtual training on Youth Mental Health First Aid. It will take place April 30th from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The training will focus on common signs and symptoms of mental illnesses in transition aged youth ages 12 to 21 including:
Also discussed will be common signs and symptoms of substance abuse. Tips will be given on how to interact with an adolescent in crisis, and how to connect the adolescent with help.
Participants must sign up before March 30th because there are 1.5 hours of self-paced pre-study required to be completed at least two days prior to the formal training date. For this virtual training, audio and video technology are required, and the class is limited to 20 members. The cost is free and interested educators can register at www.moesc.net/register.